TENNIS—IVAN LENDL won $67,500 and the U.S. Pro Indoor Tournament when Tim Mayotte defaulted because of an injury sustained in his semifinal match against Yannick Noah, in Philadelphia.
Chris Evert Lloyd defeated Steffi Graf 6-3, 6-1 to win $40,000 and a WTA tournament in Key Biscayne, Fla.
TRACK & FIELD—JOE DIAL surpassed Billy Olson's week-old world indoor best in the pole vault by one inch, clearing 19'4�" at a meet at the University of Missouri.
MILEPOSTS—ELECTED: To the Pro Football Hall of Fame, PAUL HORNUNG, 50, running back and kicker for Green Bay (1957-62, '64-66), who set the NFL record for the most points scored in a single season with 176 in 1960; WILLIE LANIER, 40, middle linebacker for Kansas City ('67-77), who had 27 career interceptions; KEN HOUSTON, 41, defensive back for Houston ('67-72) and Washington ('73-80), who intercepted 49 passes, returning an NFL-record nine for touchdowns; FRAN TARKENTON, 46, quarterback for the New York Giants ('67-71) and Minnesota ('61-66, '72-78), who holds the NFL career passing records for attempts (6,467), completions (3,686), yards (47,003) and touchdowns (342); and DOAK WALKER, 59, running back, defensive back, kicker and kick-return man for Detroit ('50-55), who scored 534 career points.
NAMED: As head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, BUDDY RYAN, 51, who was the defensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears. Ryan had been an assistant coach in the NFL for 18 years with the New York Jets, Minnesota and Chicago. He succeeds Marion Campbell, who was dismissed in December. And as head coach of the New Orleans Saints, JIM MORA, 50, who coached the Philadelphia Stars and then Baltimore Stars of the USFL to the championship game three years in a row, winning it twice (1984, '85). His three-year record with the Stars was 48-13-1. Mora replaces Wade Phillips, who served as interim coach after his father, Bum, resigned in November.
SIGNED: By the Philadelphia 76ers, BOB McADOO, 34, for the rest of the season, after the Los Angeles Lakers failed to match the Sixers' offer sheet. McAdoo has been in the NBA for 13 years with Buffalo, New York, Boston, Detroit, New Jersey and Los Angeles.
TRADED: By the St. Louis Blues, right wing JOE MULLEN, 29, and defensemen RIK WILSON, 23, and TERRY JOHNSON, 27, to the Calgary Flames for left wings EDDY BEERS, 26, and GINO CAVALLINI, 23, and defenseman CHARLIE BOURGEOIS, 26; by the Boston Bruins, center BILL DERLAGO, 27, to the Winnipeg Jets for defenseman WADE CAMPBELL, 25; by the Los Angeles Kings, defenseman BRIAN ENGBLOM, 31, and center DOUG SMITH, 22, to the Buffalo Sabres for defenseman LARRY PLAYFAIR, 27, and right wing SEAN McKENNA, 23.
DIED: RICK CARTER, 42, football coach at Holy Cross since 1981 (five-year record: 35-19-2); of suicide by hanging; in West Boylston, Mass.